Dine out. Give Back. Support your community. It’s that simple.

At least it will be on Thursday, April 14. Dining Out for Life (DOFL) is a fun, social way to help Broward House. From breakfast through dinner and dessert, myriad restaurants across the community are donating a portion of sales to Broward House, with most participants giving between 30% to 50%.

Rosie’s is one of the participating restaurants, and owner John Zieba said they’re proud to support the work Broward House accomplishes.

“We participate in DOFL every year because we strongly believe in their mission to improve every life that they touch, and we all, more than ever, need to work together to help each other live their best life. We consider Broward House as a key partner of Rosie’s in making this community stronger and more resilient.”

Broward House provides many services to thousands of clients. That includes driving them to appointments, finding and maintaining housing, mental health and addiction help, providing education and testing in high schools, and more.

“Broward House has had such a huge impact on the health and well-being of so many of our staff and community in South Florida,” Zieba said. 


For a list of restaurants, how much they’re donating, and their hours, visit BrowardHouse.org.


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